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A Taste of Venice

Thirty miles west of Venice, Italy, is an enormous palace built hundreds of years ago. It’s a castle so grand that...

Hurling Away

An enticing mix of lacrosse, rugby, soccer, hockey and baseball – but with a history going back thousands of years –...

Summertime Sowing

With average temperatures in the 90 degree range during the Oklahoma summer, residents trying to keep their lawns and gardens thriving...

A Century’s Worth of Lessons

Brenda Alford’s grandparents did not speak to her directly about the horrors of the Tulsa Race Massacre. But after she grew...

Painting the Town

Costa Rica native and Canadian County transplant Carlos Barboza made a name for himself early on. In elementary school, a teacher...

A Feast for the Ears

The rapport between two or more hosts makes a podcast shine, according to Oklahomans who produce audio shows. Levity is a...

From Fourth of July to Peaches and Cowboys

While many Fourth of July celebrations have been canceled or postponed this year, some remain on schedule as...

The Best of the Best 2020

The readers, viewers and followers of Oklahoma Magazine have spoken! Between the months of December and March, you made your voices heard...

A Feast for the Ears

The rapport between two or more hosts makes a podcast shine, according to Oklahomans who produce audio shows. Levity is a...

Sights Around the Region

All signs point to vacations closer to home this summer. Oklahoma and its neighboring states offer scenic...

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A Century’s Worth of Lessons

Brenda Alford’s grandparents did not speak to her directly about the horrors of the Tulsa Race Massacre. But after she grew...

Behind-The-Scenes Magic

What does the engaging new autobiography of top rock music record producer Ted Templeman, famed for his work with the likes...

Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

While the word glamping sounds like a mistake, many Oklahomans might argue with that assessment. A portmanteau from “glamorous...

Warriors’ Circle of Honor

El Reno native Harvey Pratt, honored by his tribe and law-enforcement agencies across the country, didn’t think his work as a...

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Summertime Sowing

With average temperatures in the 90 degree range during the Oklahoma summer, residents trying to keep their lawns and gardens thriving...

Fit for Family

Photography by Nathan Harmon  Tim Yardy describes this new midtown Tulsa project as a residence designed and...

Dynamic and Historic

While travel may be in flux due to the pandemic, this time can be used to ponder and plan your next...

Home on the Range and in the Air

Whether it’s the cattle drive across massive runways or being the smallest city to support a U.S. Air Force base, Altus...

Breathing Easy

Asthma According to the American Lung Association, asthma affects 25.2 million people, including 6.2 million children, and accounts for...

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From Fourth of July to Peaches and Cowboys

While many Fourth of July celebrations have been canceled or postponed this year, some remain on schedule as...

Cowgirls, Treasure and Pop Art

Many museums and galleries are opening back up to the public, so Oklahomans can get their fill of artistic goodies this month....

A Tentative Return to Normalcy

A dim light has appeared at the end of the tunnel. It looks like there is a tentative plan for movie...

Get Back in the Fray

After several months cooped up at home, Oklahomans are surely ready for some community events.

Equine Events and America’s Pastime

While many organized sporting events are still tentative, here are a few that are confirmed of this writing....

Smart Viewing

“Around Town” Here we are, digging into our new normal amidst the continued pandemic. Among the many changes to...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

A Taste of Venice

Thirty miles west of Venice, Italy, is an enormous palace built hundreds of years ago. It’s a castle so grand that...

All Roads Lead to Service

Somewhere along one of Tulsa’s busiest avenues is a little gate; hundreds of cars zip by it every day without noticing...

Celebrate National Donut Day With These Great Deals

Happy National Donut Day! Find some mouthwatering deals across the state to satisfy your sweet tooth. Statewide

Here’s Looking at You, Punk

Burgers, cocktails and anarchy erupted in the historic Paseo Arts District this past winter à la 84 Hospitality Group, the company...

Heeding the Call to Serve

The line of cars started just beyond Tulsa’s Garnett Road. It was a balmy Tuesday in early April, and Jeff Marlow...

A Taste of Home

Shadi Afshar came from a long line of powerful women, all of whom shared a love of food. Growing up in Tehran,...
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